|all the EBNFs in the world email@example.com (John) (2000-11-25)|
|Re: all the EBNFs in the world firstname.lastname@example.org (Ira D. Baxter) (2000-11-26)|
|Re: all the EBNFs in the world email@example.com (John) (2000-11-30)|
|From:||"Ira D. Baxter" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||26 Nov 2000 01:09:04 -0500|
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|Posted-Date:||26 Nov 2000 01:08:25 EST|
The DMS Software Reengineering Toolkit is generalized compiler
technology used to automate custom analyses/modification of sources
for large scale software systems. DMS provides lexing, parsing,
tree-building, prettyprinting, attribute evaluation and surface-syntax
transform application on scale. It can be obtained with parsers for:
C, C++, VB, Java, Pascal, SQL, PL/SQL, and a number of other legacy
langauges. While we presently do not have parsers for sh, ksh, etc.,
DMS is designed to accept new language definitioins easily.
A huge advantage to you, if you really need all this, is a single set
of tools for all these languages, or even mixes of these languages.
What is it you plan to do?
Ira D. Baxter, Ph.D. email: email@example.com
Semantic Designs, Inc. web: http://www.semdesigns.com
12636 Research Blvd. C-214 voice: (512) 250-1018 x140
Austin, TX 78759-2200 fax: (512) 250-1191
"John" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I've just inherited a system that needs to have parsers
> for C, C++, VB, Java, Pascal, sh, ksh, SQL, PL/SQL and a host of others.
> I am desperately seeking information on ENBFs, LEX/YACCs
> or other syntactic descriptions for any of these languages.
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